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U. S. Department Of Agriculture, Resettlement AdministrationLoading Cotton Bales On Steam Boat (1937)

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From a Depression-era documentary that describes the importance of the Mississippi River.

Written and direted by Pare Lorentz

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This movie is part of the collection: Stock Footage

Producer: U. S. Department Of Agriculture, Resettlement Administration
Audio/Visual: silent, black and white
Keywords: stock footage; historic; 1937; Great Depression; Mississippi River; Mississippi Valley; cotton; loading cotton bales; steam boat

Creative Commons license: Public Domain

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